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of terrorist hostages. >> the u.s. defense secretary declined to criticize algeria, and instead issued a warning to the militants. >> we cannot accept attacks against our citizens and our interests abroad. neither can we accept an al qaeda safe haven, anywhere in the world. >> for years, european nations have largely ignored the presence of al qaeda in north africa. at that, it seems, is about to change. >> a professor of science and international relations at the university of algiers said the final assault saved hundreds of lives. >> i think it was the least has been done by such an operation, because otherwise we would be facing a more destructive situation, whether materially or humanly. if we had complied with the terrorist demands. for example, giving them the facilities to take hostages outside of the borders, which means that algeria and the world would have faced another problem, giving the terrorists another way of provoking more actions than they have done. i think the defense minister of the united states was saying, both sides were correct, algeria was correct. it is a ver
but the official admit militants prove to be tough foes. >> they are reacting and putting up a strong defense. it's much more than anticipated. >> there are reports that some hostages have been freed but claim that they repelled an attempt by algerian security to free the rest. people who know the militants say proceed with caution. bret? >> bret: greg palkot live in london. thank you now. find out what the american military is doing about all of this. national security correspondent jennifer griffin is live at the pentagon. jennifer,be i guess defense secretary leon panetta was asked about the americans taken hostage in algeria while he was in rome today. what did he say about it? >> well, he was quick to call it an actbe of terrorism. he said, "by all indications this is a terrorist actbe. the united states condemns the terrorists acts. it's a serious matter when americans are taken hostage along with others and i want to ensure the american people the united states will take all necessary and proper steps that are required to deal with this situation." it seems the administration learned its l
for the defense industry as well, lockheed martin and northrup grumman report this week. jane is here for a preview. >> reporter: across the board for pretty much defense company, analysts are expecting a drop in earnings year over year, but jason gersky says don't expected to see a fiscal cliff impact. >> on the contrary, there's an opportunity for rates to out-perform expectations. that's because the d.o.d. was trying to get as many contracts done in the fourth quarter in anticipation of sequester potentially being implemented in early january. >> he and others expect flat demand from the defense department, but international growth looks good, international sales have higher margins. gursky likes lockheed martin and ratheon for their patriot systems which could be big in any iran/israel conflict. and he expects these companies to have 8% to 12% returns. will that continue? one other thing, two of these defense companies have brand new ceos, both women. lockheed martin and general dynamics. back to you. >> coming into office at a difficult time. the defense stocks keep going up desp
of the attacks on one of its diplomats. he was not hurt. >>> defense secretary leon panetta says the u.s. will not send ground troops to the western african nation of mali but it will provide intelligence and logistical support as france reports they are battling islamists who have seized part of the country. al qaeda doesn't pose a immediate threat to the u.s. but add that is their ultimate objective. to give you an idea what we're talking about, al qaeda militant groups control an area in mali, larger than the state of texas. >> reporter: greg palkot following the developments from london. greg. >> reporter: secretary panetta is in europe, portugal and spain. he is he will ising out more what the u.s. role will be with france dealing with islamists in africa. on the ground in mali here are the latest figures. 800 french ground troops going up to 2500 we're told today. they're running regular airstrikes with fighter jets and assault helicopters. the u.s. transport planes could be iced to get french troops down from france to africa. u.s. tanker planes could be used to refuel those fre
secretary of defense leon panetta had to say in london today. >> we cannot accept attacks against our citizens in our interests abroad. neither can we accept an al-qaeda safe haven anywhere in the world. >> panetta refused to criticize the algerian security forces. some have said they were too heavy handed in their mission against the militants holding the hostages. at this very melt we're told they continue to mop up that energy facility. it had been booby trapped with mines and explosives by the militants and heather, yes, the grim death toll grows, or the fear of those deaths, anyway. the u.k., norway, and japan are now saying that 20 of their citizens are unaccounted for and feared dead. and we're waiting on word from the u.s. officials. back to you. >> heather: greg palkot live for us. we'll have much more on this coming up with a former c.i.a. operative who has participated in numerous operations in algeria. so stay tuned for that. gregg? >> gregg: and the first lady kicking off the inaugural weekend with a national day of service, doing their part at an elementary school in was
a final assault on the complex and now britain's defense secretary says the military operation appears to be over. our greg palkot is following it all live from london. how is everybody, greg. >> reporter: jamie, kelly, that's the big question right now. the algerian prime minister spoke with u.k. prime minister david cameron minutes ago and he, too, confirmed the final assault is over and there is that one report perhaps more americans were free today. and let's recount the event of today. algerian special forces stormed where the al-qaeda linked militants were finally holed up, apparently with explosives, apparently with heavy guns, and with hostages. it was a bloody scene. the algerian government says that 11 militants were killed, apparently the last militants there, but also, the seven foreign hostages were killed. now, the reuters news agency quoting a security source says that 16 foreign hostages were freed today and included in that number, two americans. but as we've noted it's not yet confirmed by washington, and or for that matter, picked up by other media agencies. one ame
girlfriend, but in his defense, brent musburger said she was really hot. >> a man died the day after he won the lottery and will be exhumed today. investigators determined he was poisoned. >>> horrifying attack on a subway platform. he picks her up and tosses her on to the tracks. she manages to run away. >> discovered a metal detector in australia is just under $300,000. >> all that -- >> the first lady celebrating her birthday with a new hairdo. >> the word is out. bangs are in. >> why exactly is the dog here? [ laughter ] >> and all that matters -- >> i'll spend the rest of my life trying to earn back trust and apologize to people. for the rest of my life. >> on "cbs this morning." >> the once point lance broke down and cried. and here's the funny thing. wherever a tear landed a new muscle grew. [ laughter ] >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." nearly 14 years after first winning the race that turned him into a superstar, lance armstrong admitted to lying about using performance-enhancing drugs. >> he told oprah winfrey he began doping in the mid 1990s but insiste
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and bacteria proliferate. ♪ protect your mouth, with fixodent. the adhesive helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. lance armstrong is olympic medalist from the 2000 games in sydney australia: oprah winfrey's cable network is record armstrong's confession he he has used performance enhancing drugs for years. doping scandal has grown over the past few weeks he has lost sponsors. he he has lost his leadership role at the cancer charity that he founded you. he lost his seven tour de france titles and lost the ability to compete in future events. trace gallagher is live in our west coast newsroom tonight. trace, is the timing here coincidental or not? >> >> well the international olympic committee says is the oprah interview had nothing to do with this or not o. the ioc began talking about stripping lance armstrong of his bronze medal in the middle of last month. first they had to wait until the international cycling union stripped him of his seven tour de france titles and then armstrong had 21 days to appeal that tho
for his conduct, misgrievous use of county employees for his own personal gain, but the defense attorney had a different take telling the judge dennis sweeney four of the five charges against his client do not violate the law under the state's criminal statutes and told the judge the charges defied logic because leopold's behavior was the worst kept secret in the world. as testimony got underway, the state's first witness was patricia medlin, john leopold's scheduler. well over an hour medlin repeatedly said she was nervous as the defense objected dozens of times to the questions she was asked. when medlin was allowed to answer, she told the court she was afraid to say no to john leopold. she was an at will employee and knew saying no to the man would be viewed as being disloyal. so medlin said she erected campaign signs for the county executive and emptied his catheter bag numerous times after leopold had bag surgery and said he couldn't do it himself. medlin said she stood up to leopold at 1 time telling the county executive that using officers from his executive protection detail to c
priority is the safety and security of these hostages. the defense secretary, leon panetta, is saying, quote, terrorists who murder or kidnap americans will be hunted down. one escaped hostage is saying that he had plastic explosives strapped around his neck. his brother spoke about the terrifying moments. >> yeah. we just found out recently that he'd been made to sleep with semtex tied around his neck. he had duct tape over his mouth and his hands tied and we find out how he got free. and was removing five convoy loads from a different part of the compound and one of the jeeps steven was in, there were five jeeps, and the algerian army had bombed the jeeps, and out of five jeeps, the bombs -- four of them were hit and wiped out and obviously they lost their lives. luckily enough for my brother he was in the jeep that crashed, and she was able to make a brea for freedom with the semtex around his neck. >> pretty calm account from the brother. but the little boy, the son of the escaped hostage here, expressing relief and tears over the news that his dad finally among those hostages who
her have to describe her fear. >> leopold's defense team shows pictures of a spinal mri, similar to this one. they said that after two back surgeries, the 69-year-old leopold just needed help with everyday tasks. >> changing gears, she captured america's heart during the summer games. tonight, we caught up with gabby douglas to find out what she is up to now. >> not so bad tonight, but an arctic cold air ma >> lots of celebrities heading to the district for the inauguration. none agreed then two-time olympic gold medalist gabby douglas. >> she also is an offer. she joins us -- i imagine it is a big deal for you. >> this is definitely a big deal. my family is here. he are very excited. >> she has rubbed shoulders with the president. this is not the first time you will meet them. >> the second time. i have not met -- i have only met the first lady and the president. i have not met the dodgers hit. >>-- the doaughters yet. >> you will be quite busy. you are not only at the swearing, you are also heading to some of the balls. a year ago, could you have imagined doing this? >> i cann
came back from that and put banned performance enhancing drugs in his body. his great defense was, after what i've been through, do you think i would put that stuff in my body and, of course, everybody said, everybody bought that because it was so plausible. so for lance to have actually doped after cancer was a pretty tough thing to do and i think it indicated a win at all costs attitude that was commendable and it was a seriously wrong thing to do. >> you were one of the very first people to question lance armstrong. it goes all the way back to 1999. what was it that made you suspicious in the first place? >> my first point of kind of suspicion was watching lance's treatment of a young french rider and there will be people out there, if they were all doping, how wrong -- how can you blame lance and single him out? they all weren't doping and one of the guys who did not dope in 1999 was a young french rider, and he offered the pin that you couldn't win this tour de france in '99 without doping and much of the colleagues resented him saying that. the guy who most resented him sayi
alexander, but it was self-defense. >> hey, what's going on? >> reporter: the jury heard this voicemail arias left on alexander's phone hours after she killed him. morbidly enough, she invited a man she knew was dead to come visit her. she repeatedly used alexander's password to check the messages on his phone. stalking him, they say, even in death. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, phoenix. >>> let's check in with our legal team. "gma" legal analyst, dan abrams, along with nancy grace, who is going to cover the trial on her hln show. prosecutors always have the first go. the case seems strong. but this is relentless. >> there is an enormous amount of evidence here now. not just that she lied. but she lied again. the question in this case, and i think probably all the lawyers recognize this, is not is she going to be convicted? it's what is she going to be convicted of? will it be second-degree murder? will it be first-degree murder? will she get the death penalty? those are the key questions. that's why the interrogation tapes become really tricky for her. on the one ha
in the nation. he's also the quarterback of the defense. he's the brains behind how they run the defense for one of the best teams in football and he's going to get duped on an internet scandal. it doesn't make sense. a girl dies. she was in a car accident allegedly she had leukemia and died. he never goes to see the familiar flifr goes to the grave site never goes to the hospital. they never skype. it just doesn't ring true. what rings a little more true is maybe, this would be very unfortunate if it's untrue. maybe he was an individual who isn't attracted to women and this was an opportunity for him to have an excuse he's in the spotlight he's a celebrity. he's expected to be surrounded with women in our society and this was a perfect way for him to push that obligation away and to go forward. unfortunately it all came crashing down a month ago notre dame knew about this a month ago and never told anybody. >> briefly because we want to get to lance. any lawsuits? >> any one including himself if he can prove he's a victim of this hoax and he can't sleep at night he has to see a sigh c psycholog
are still held. our defense secretary, leon panetta, addressed the crisis a short time ago. >> terrorists should be on notice that they will find no sanctuary, no refuge, not in algeria, not in north africa, not anywhere. jenna: the defense secretary speaking in london there. terrorists affiliated with al qaeda are holed up at that gas plant. they have been there now for three days, demanding an end to the anti-terror campaign playing out right now in neighboring mali. that big area of north africa is part of what we're seeing with this rise of al qaeda in that continent. chief washington correspondent james rosen is live in our d.c. bureau. james, we talked about this as a very fluid, very dangerous situation. what do we now know? >> reporter: jenna, good afternoon. white house officials are now saying president obama is receiving regular updates on this situation which remains as you say ongoing and sensetive. the numbers involved here have varied wildly with the latest from algeria's state news service now saying nearly 100 of 132 hostages seized have been freed. that word comes after
we heard from the president. >> reporter: well, it was a defense of the political theory, awaited the u.s. should be governed and should govern itself. i would almost characterize it as something along the lines of a response to what we heard from president reagan in 1981 when he said government is not the solution to our problems, it is the problem. president obama making the case that the government is not necessarily our problem. together we could do great things. together we could take care of the elderly. together we can create a health care system for those who may not be able to afford it. very much discussing ways about how there should be some in society you don't have all or should not be some in society you have all at the expense of all others. he made and not to climate change, something that he had not necessarily highlighted or focused on in his first demonstration. moving forward in tackling debt and deficits, he did talk about tax reform. talk about slowing the growth of these expenses, but still no change in his governing philosophy, if not impassioned defense of
defense secretary leon panetta now calling al qaeda a cancer that the u.s. must fight back against. ambassador john bolton is wondering why he wouldn't feel that way all along about al qaeda. big questions. he will talk to us. bill: it is january, right? how about 50 degrees below zero? there is an arctic blast and a chill spreading misery to millions. how long would this last or could it last, rather? >> was to go over the pa no more. i'm just sitting here tonight. i will not play out there for five miles-an-hour. just the way life goes. ting lin, marching band playing ] [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do. stress sweat is different than ordinary sweat. it smells worse. get 4x the protection against stress sweat. introducing new secret clinical strength stress response scent. get 4x the protection against stress sweat. living with moderate to se
this because the ministry of defense, who we'd given these pictures to before publication and who raised no question of authentickivity-- we investigated this for three months. we only published it because it came after abu ghraib. >> rose: why did they fire you? >> because i refud to apologize. and we went to war on the pretext of weapons of mass destruction that didn't exist. let's see the veracity of these pictures. here's what's happened since. about a year ago, members of the queens lancarbir regimen that we had accused came to court. some were court-martials. a commanding officer said his men behaved like a pack of wild animals during that period purpose theyere brought to book entually. nobody questioned the veracity of the story we publish with the pictures. what is the truth about those pictures? i still don't know. what i do know is no one has ever been prosecuted for faking them. no one has been brought to work for faking them. we have the word of the regimen, which has been discredited, and the government, which we know, told a pack of lives. >> rose: interesting way you were
@earlytodaynbc. >> chuck hagel of nebraska may be getting closer to winning confirmation as defense secretary. he won the backing of two of the senate's strongest supporters of israel, senator chuck schumer are of new york and senator barbara boxer will vote to approve hagel. but senator inhofe says he and hagel have philosophical differences. >>> boeing's newest passenger jet the 787 dreamliner has been grounded by japan's leading airlines. it made an emergency landing in western japan. a cockpit message showed cockpit problems. japan airlines and all nip upon airways suspended all their dreamliner flights today. the faa says it's monitoring the incidents as part of a comprehensive review that the agency began last night. once safety checks are complete the planes could be back in the air on thursday. >>> a big winter storm is working its way from the south to northeast this morning and expecting to be a travel nuisance for commuters all around the country. much of the southeast so you roadways coated in ice creating dangerous driving conditions. sleet and freezing rain spread into northern loui
timothy geithner, defense secretary leon panetta and labor secretary hilda solis. sal dar is planning to retire to his colorado ranch. >>> -- salazar is planning to retire to his colorado ranch. >>> president obama's second inauguration takes place this weekend. we'll be reporting live from the inauguration starting sunday morning and continuing with live reports on the fest ichts through tuesday morning -- festivities through tuesday morning. >>> funeral services will be held in san francisco tonight for francisco gutierrez, one of two people killed in a tragic cash outside a liquor store on new year's dai. investigators say a suspected gang member was racing away from police following a shooting when he caused the deadly crash. that suspect david morales now faces murder charges. >>> governor brown is attending the second day after three-day meeting of the u.c. board of regents. brian flores joins us live to explain one of the issues on the table, a $4 million marketing plan that was a huge flop. brian? >> reporter: good afternoon, tori. governor brown making a rare appearance today
. a lot of people like to have guns for different purposes. a hand gun for self-defense, a rifle for target shooting, a shotgun for skeet shooting. we fought a roll up -- war against britain when they tried to take our firearms against -- from us. we have a long tradition of firearms freedom and individual rights protected by a constitution that many other countries do not have. look finally at whether this bill will pass through congress, in your opinion. >> i do not think the bill to ban any kind of semi-automatic rifle pass at all. these guns malic military in style, but they do not fire the way the military ones do. the only fire one bullet purple of the trigger -- they are not fully automatic, but barack obama is trying to make the american people think they are. quite frankly, we are appalled by that misrepresentation. >> how will you be fighting this moving forward? >> on a grass-roots effort. in the united states over 80 million people own firearms. this 80 million people are up in arms about the rights being taken away. they have been writing their congressmen already. >
to settle in, set up their defenses and have to make demands. things they clearly want. they want prisoners to be released and some lines of communication will be established, and the -- the authorities will -- ideally will look at communication as a weapon to manipulate them and arrange an outcome, either there is an assault or get everybody released. >> kidnappings, hostage taking, not that unusual, especially massive international companies, and often the companies will pay out money to the kidnappers, but would political motivation, seems like it would be less likely. do you think that's true? >> some of the motivation will be a cover. the terrorists here are really bandits. a kidnapping industry thriving in this part of the world, and used to making money. this is a business for them. an opportunity to make a lot more money. make noise about political demands in the hopes that money will be offered to save the people and secondarily the facility. they will try to settle this for money. >> negotiations could involve money. what about a rescue attempt. how likely is it that that is being
against terrorism, you have it. >> the u.s. defense secretary declined to criticize and instead issued a warning. >> we cannot except attacks against our citizens and our interests abroad. neither can we accept an al qaeda safe haven anywhere in the world. >> a warning to those across out uppercut. rosalind jordan, al-jazeera. >> british prime minister david cameron is concerned that three of the debtor from the united kingdom. all joins us live from london. what has cameron. assaying darks >> he gave an interview over several minutes in which he, first of all, braced those families waiting for news here for the prospect of further bad news to come. we know that six britons amain accounted for together with one u.k. citizen. he clarified that three of those have now been confirmed dead. it is the fate of three more plus the ukase of this and which are coming at the moment, left on known. it was invited to criticize the algerian authorities for bringing this hostage crisis to an end and the decline to do so. we know back in parliament on friday, he spoke to lawmakers in the british parl
at the in amenas, algeria earlier today. >> defense secretary leon panetta is calling the situation serious. several other countries have announced that they have citizens involved as well. >>> terrifying moments in london today. a helicopter crashed in the heart of the city during the morning rush hour. two people were killed and several more injured. cbs reporter rita nissan has the latest from london. >> reporter: a line of flames burned on a london street after a helicopter crashed into a crane during the morning rush hour. >> helicopter just come down. >> reporter: a commuter captured the chaos on his cell phone. >> bring the police! >> reporter: the chopper burst into flames, spun out of control, then dropped onto a crowded road. >> people started screaming. >> just crashed down. >> reporter: it happened at one of europe's tallest apartment buildings, which is still under construction. >> i see the helicopter come over, hit the top of the cranes and the helicopter come crashing down. >> reporter: police say the pilot and a person on the ground we
of murdering 16 afghan civilians, 9 of them children, he is set to be arraigned today. a defense attorney says staff sergeant robert bales will plead not guilty. he is being held at a base in washington state. bales allegedly murdered the civilians in a nighttime raid last march. >>> the world awaits oprah winfrey's one-on-one with lance armstrong tonight. it's widely reported he will admit to doping but what else will he say? the interview has not aired, but the damage control is underway. a source telling us that armstrong is already in talks to return some of his endorsement money. >>> a northern california man facing a $14,000 property tax bill, paid his tab in rolls of coin. stacks of dollar bills. larry casper said he tried to pay half his bill weeks ago but the county would only accept payment in full. so he asked family to empty out their piggie banks. every year at this time, this becomes the park city, utah sundance film festival. sundance traditionally a mecca for independent films. some 50,000 people expected to descend on the town over the next ten days. next week you guys are tra
came from two sets down to beat his spanish kinman. he will play after the defensive champions. there's an awful other names there, but here's one i know i can pronounce. it's aaron. and listen, we have that massive number in the beginning. the number of unemployed people around the world. 197 million people are now job less. but what's really upsetting is the vast increases to that number coming from the developing countries like europe. but we're seeing a massive spillover in asia and the worry is the engines of growth aren't driving the labor market -- let's explain, because the reports out today from the i.l.o. showing five years on from the start of the global financial crisis, it's the biggest -- last year the number of people losing their jobs rose by 4 million stretching that global jobless cue. you saw it at the top of the program, 197 million. this year, 2013, another five middle people are expected to lose their jobs which would take over. what's most worrying is the worst-affected, the young people. almost 13%, one in 80 people under the age of 24 are unemployed. and long-
the case through swiftly and that there is enough evidence to convict all five of the accused. defense lawyers say that they plan to challenge the prosecution every step of the way. there is a request for the trials to be moved and -- because of the intense public scrutiny, which means that his clients cannot possibly receive a fair trial. the supreme court is expected to hear that petition of the next day. this is a case that has captured the public's attention, but it is not just the actual case, it has drawn attention to the way the indians treat women. they have been protesting here almost every day. a short time ago outside this court a small protest of place with many saying it was not enough just to enforce the laws that existed, they wanted a public campaign to change the mindset of the way the indians treat women. >> 3 afghan police officers have been killed together with five insurgents in an attack on a police building in kabul. troops spent several hours fighting to take back the building after it was stormed by heavily armed insurgents. the taliban has claimed responsibili
of the country. spokesperson for france's defense ministry said the troops recaptured douentza and diabali. french military leaders now plan to push toward northern mali, which is a stronghold for islamist rebels. mali is a former french colony. government officials requested help from france earlier this month when rebels moved south. they say it increases risk of retaliatory attacks. they raised the country's domestic security alert. it's one notch below the highest level. they also tightened security around public transportation and other facilities across france. >>> a senior member of japan's administration is in china. nat sue yamaguchi, ruling new komeito party. yamaguchi left for beijing on wednesday and will be in china for four days. relations between the two countries are tense over a territorial dispute. s sen kak cue islands are controlled by japan. >> translator: we need to encourage dialogue in order to ease tensions and avoid any contingencies. >> yamaguchi plans to meet with new chinese communist party xi jinping and other senior officials. he plans to ask xi to meet shinz
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with the defense sec care, who is in italy, watching every move. >> reporter: secretary panetta says the u.s. will take all necessary steps to deal with this crisis. u.s. officials believing that as many as three americans are now being held but caution the numbers are fluid. it all began when 20 armed islamic militants, believed to be affiliated with al qaeda, approached a group of oil workers. the attackers were reportedly heavily armed, driving in three unmarked vehicles. the oil workers were on a bus, headed to a nearby airport. there was a fight. security forces for the workers battled back. when the smoke cleared, at least one foreign worker was dead. others wounded. the terrorists then headed to the compound where the gas refinery workers live. while it is unclear how many foreign workers they seized, sources say it could be as many as 15 to 20. along with the americans, there are british, norwegian, french, and japanese workers, too. the attackers claim this is retaliation for the french-led invasion in the african nation of mali. the french are trying to stop an al qaeda-linked gr
boyfriend in self-defense. >>> you saw it unfolding live. the dramatic rescue of a woman trapped for hours between two concrete walls. how did she get there? we may learn the answer "happening now." jon: back to our top story. we're awaiting president obama's new gun control proposals. the president is expected to caller to the most sweeping changes to gun laws in years, if not decades, prompting concerns among supporters of gun rights in this country. good morning to you. i'm jon scott. jenna: i'm sure glad you're not stuck between two walls. that would put a damper on the show. jon: would make it difficult to get here and do the research. jenna: we'll try to get answers on that story. hi, i'm jenna lee. in less than an hour the president will outline his efforts to curb goon violence. he is expected to ask congress to ban military-style assault weapons. many of you have questions exactly what those weapons are. we'll talk a little bit about that in the program. also on the list, suggestion to ban high-capacity magazines as well. the white house also made it clear the president will act u
. no everyone is happy. defense lawyers revealed it was their decision, not their client's to delay revealing the location of his girlfriend's dead body. listen to this. >> we want the family to understand that that was not mr. beneti's decision. >> for four months, they knew where she was, and she lay-in two feet of dirt decomposing and they knew where she was and wouldn't tell us? that is sick. >> oh, my goodness. the family spent several weeks desperately searching for 14-year-old girl's body. >>> and the nra in for a fight with president obama's gun control proposal. new jersey governor chris christie called the nra's reprehensible. >> don't be dragging people's children into this, it's wrong and it demeans them and makes them less of a valid, trusted source of information on the real issues. >> the nra ad calls the president an elitist hypocrite for opposing their idea of armed guards in every school when his kids are protected by armed guards. >>> people in washington pulling extra shifts this weekend. getting ready for inauguration day on monday. leave report, just ahead. clear, huh? i
and also he wrote september's cover story, i still believe in lance armstrong. and page, a criminal defense and constitutional attorney. i'll also talk to a man who knows the toll of a different kind of cheating. former governor mark sanford is back and he's here. we begin with lance armstrong. i'm going to start with you. this breaks your heart. i remember when you wrote this. it was at a time when many people were turning on lance armstrong. i admired your loyalty, frankly, as someone who clearly wanted to believe in him, because he had said to you himself, repeatedly, i never doped. i'm told you exchanged e-mails with him in the last week. tell me about that. >> i wrote a column at the daily beast on monday, and i probably should have done it sooner, repudiating the cover story, which i sort of flawed it hook, line, and sinker. lance e-mailed me yesterday and said, look, i f'd up, i want to apologize. i'm really, really sorry for sending you down this road. >> i think it was heartfelt. i didn't respond. i don't think there's anything to respond to. i still wonder, is he playing me? i thi
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